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Titans vs. Jaguars: Game time, TV schedule, injury updates and more

The 1-9 Jacksonville Jaguars will look to Chad Henne to end their seven-game losing streak when they take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Thomas B. Shea

The Jacksonville Jaguars will look to end their seven-game losing streak when the Tennessee Titans come to town on Sunday. The Jaguars are 1-9 overall on the season, and have lost two of those seven straight in overtime, including last weekend's heartbreaker to the Houston Texans.

Jacksonville will be without starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who is out for the season with a right elbow injury. Chad Henne will start in place of Gabbert, which might actually not be the worst thing in the world for the Jaguars. Henne threw for 354 yards and four touchdowns against the Texans, with 236 of those yards going to rookie wide receiver Justin Blackmon.

Tennessee will be fresh off a bye week and hoping to build on a 37-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 10. Quarterback Jake Locker returned from a shoulder injury in the win, completing 9-of-22 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns. The victory snapped a two-game losing streak for the Titans, who are 4-6 on the year.

Both offenses could potentially have a field day, as both defenses have been exceptionally weak this season. Jacksonville is giving up 28.9 points per game, while Tennessee is even worse at 31.1 points allowed per game.

Game time: 1 p.m. ET at EverBank Field

TV: CBS

Injury updates: Gabbert and wide receiver Laurent Robinson were put on injured reserve this week. Maurice Jones-Drew is still out. A host of other players are questionable for the Jaguars. For the Titans, tight end Craig Stevens is questionable. Tackle Byron Stingily and linebacker Xavier Adibi are expected to play, while Lavelle Hawkins, Jamie Harper and Al Afalava are expected to sit out.

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